504-Farhad (24 Cards)
 by [email protected]
  Front cards Back cards
1 Abandon desert; leave without planning to come back; quit a. When Roy abandoned his family, the police went looking for him. b. The soldier could not abandon his friends who were hurt in battle. c. Because Rose was poor, she had to abandon her idea of going to college.
2 Bachelor a man who has not married a. My brother took an oath to remain a bachelor. b. In the movie, the married man was mistaken for a bachelor. c. Before the wedding, all his bachelor friends had a party.
3 Conceal hide پنهان کردن a. Tris could not conceal his love for Gloria. b. Count Dracula concealed the corpse in his castle. c. The money was so cleverly concealed that we were forced to abandon our search for it.
4 Corpse a dead body, usually of a person جسد ، معمولاً مربوط به شخص a. When given all the data on the corpse, Columbo was able to solve the murder. b. The corpse was laid to rest in the vacant coffin. c. An oath of revenge was sworn over the corpse by his relatives.
5 Data facts; information a. The data about the bank robbery were given to the F.B.I. b. After studying the data, we were able to finish our report. c. Unless you are given all the data, you cannot do the math problem.
6 Dismal dark and depressing تاریک و دلگیر a. When the weather is so dismal, I sometimes stay in bed all day. b. I am unaccustomed to this dismal climate. c. As the dismal reports of the election came in, the senator's friends tactfully made no mention of them.
7 Frigid very cold خیلی سرد a. It was a great hardship for the men to live through the frigid winter at Valley Forge. b. The jealous bachelor was treated in a frigid manner by his girlfriend c. Inside the butcher's freezer the temperature was frigid.
8 Gallant brave; showing respect for women a. The pilot swore a gallant oath to save his buddy. b. Many gallant knights entered the contest to win the princess. c. Ed is so gallant that he always gives up his subway seat to a woman.
9 Hardship something that is hard to bear; difficulty a. The fighter had to face many hardships before he became champion. b. Abe Lincoln was able to overcome one hardship after another. c. On account of hardship, Bert was let out of the army to take care of his sick mother.
10 Inhabit live in اقامت داشتن در a. Eskimos inhabit the frigid part of Alaska. b. Because Sidney qualified, he was allowed to inhabit the vacant apartment. c. Many crimes are committed each year against those who inhabit the slum area of our city.
11 Jealous afraid that the one you love might prefer someone else; wanting what someone else has a. A detective was hired by the jealous widow to find the boyfriend who had abandoned her. b. Although my neighbor just bought a new car, I am not jealous of him. c. Being jealous, Mona would not let her boyfriend dance with any of the cheerleaders.
12 Keen sharp; eager; intense; sensitive a. The butcher's keen knife cut through the meat. b. My dog has a keen sense of smell. c. Bill's keen mind pleased all his teachers.
13 Numb without the power of feeling; deadened بدون قدرت احساس ، کرخت a. My fingers quickly became numb in the frigid room. b. A numb feeling came over Mr. Massey as he read the telegram. c. When the nurse stuck a pin in my numb leg, I felt nothing.
14 Oath a promise that something is true; a curse a. The President will take the oath of office tomorrow. b. In court, the witness took an oath that he would tell the whole truth. c. When Terry discovered that he had been abandoned, he let out an angry oath.
15 Peril danger خطر a. The hunter was abandoned by the natives when he described the peril which lay ahead of them. b. There is great peril in trying to climb the mountain. c. Our library is filled with stories of perilous adventures.
16 Qualify become fit; show that you are able a. I am trying to qualify for the job which is now vacant. b. Since Pauline can't carry a tune, she is sure that she will never qualify for the Girls' Chorus. c. You have to be over 5'5" to qualify as a policeman in our town.
17 Recline lie down; stretch out; lean back خوابیدن ، دراز کشیدن ، لم دادن a. Richard likes to recline in front of the television set. b. After reclining on her right arm for an hour, Maxine found that it had become numb. c. My dog's greatest pleasure is to recline by the warm fireplace.
18 Shriek scream جیغ زدن ، جیغ a. The maid shrieked when she discovered the corpse. b. With a loud shriek, Ronald fled from the room. c. Facing the peril of the waterfall, the boatman let out a terrible shriek.
19 Sinister evil; wicked; dishonest; frightening پلید ، پست ، متقلب ، وحشتناک a. The sinister plot to cheat the widow was uncovered by the police. b. When the bank guard spied the sinister-looking customer, he drew his gun. c. I was frightened by the sinister shadow at the bottom of the stairs.
20 Tact ability to say the right thing a. My aunt never hurts anyone's feelings because she always uses tact. b. By the use of tact, Janet was able to calm her jealous husband. c. Your friends will admire you if you use tact and thoughtfulness.
21 Tempt try to get someone to do something; test; invite تلاش به وادار کردن کسی به انجام کاری ، امتحان کردن ، دعوت کردن ، وسوسه کردن a. A banana split can tempt me to break my diet. b. The sight of beautiful Louise tempted the bachelor to change his mind about marriage. c. Your offer of a job tempts me greatly.
22 Unaccustomed not used to something a. Coming from Alaska, Claude was unaccustomed to Florida's heat. b. The king was unaccustomed to having people disobey him. c. Unaccustomed as he was to exercise, Vic quickly became tired.
23 Vacant empty; not filled a. Someone is planning to build a house on that vacant lot. b. I put my coat on that vacant seat. c. When the landlord broke in, he found that apartment vacant.
24 Wager bet شرط a. I lost a small wager on the Superbowl. b. After winning the wager, Tex treated everyone to free drinks. c. It is legal to make a wager in the state of Nevada.